June 19, 1964

Today In History

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed in to law after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the U.S. Senate

Remember When

CBS shares the broadcast of Walter Cronkite announcing the take off of Apollo 11
1960 Masters Tournament - rare footage
Bob Feller - TIME magazine front cover
Song of the Day
Bob Dylan | Knockin' on Heaven's Door "Original"
Rare Performance Robin Williams Stand-up Comedy
Explore America
Go wander around Maine and check out the small towns and factories

Classic Hollywood

Walter Matthau

Al Pacino

Bob Newhart

Gary Cooper

Montgomery Clift

Walter Matthau

Al Pacino

Bob Newhart

Gary Cooper

Montgomery Clift

TV Show of the Day
Mike Hammer - Deadly Collection - 1987 with Micky Dolenz
The Jimi Hendrix Experience playing LIVE Hey Joe in 1967
The Highlights of the 1974 World Series - Oakland As vs the Dodgers
Interview of the Day
Barbra Streisand - CBS SUNDAY MORNING INTERVIEW
Howdy Doody!!
DAN AYKROYD
Hailing from Ottawa, Canada, Dan Aykroyd made a name for himself as one of the original cast members of Saturday Night Live. Before coming to New York, he honed his comedic skills with the Second City Comedy Troop in Toronto and began his acting career as a student at Carleton University in Canada. Aykroyd’s friendship with John Belushi and their on-screen chemistry brought success to the duo with the popular film The Blues Brothers, which he also wrote. Aykroyd still performs as Elwood in the Blues Brothers Band with Jim Belushi. As screenwriter and a star in the movie Ghostbusters, Aykroyd found movie success again with the now classic comedy in 1984. Nominated for an Academy Award as Best Actor In A Supporting Role for his role in Driving Miss Daisy, he was the first male cast member from Saturday Night Live to achieve that honor. An avid motorcycle enthusiast and music aficionado, he is co-owner of the restaurant chain House of Blues. Aykroyd has been married since 1983 to actress Donna Dixon, and the couple has three daughters.

CLASSIC AMERICAN IMAGES

IMAGES FROM SUPER BOWL I

The Ticket to Super Bowl I

QB Bart Starr leads the Packers to Victory

Elijah Pitts scores TD in Super Bowl I

The First Coin Toss

Super Bowl I held at the Los Angeles Coliseum

The Ticket to Super Bowl I

QB Bart Starr leads the Packers to Victory

Elijah Pitts scores TD in Super Bowl I

The First Coin Toss

Super Bowl I held at the Los Angeles Coliseum

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